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January 6th, 2007, 03:17 AM
Downloadlg3d-livecd-3.0.0.iso.torrent (http://linuxtracker.org/download.php?id=3378&name=lg3d-livecd-3.0.0.iso.torrent)

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LG3D LiveCD 3.0, a bootable CD featuring the recently released version 1.0 or the Java-based 3D Desktop known as Project Looking Glass, is now available for download: "Finally LG3D LiveCD 3.0 has been released. Based on SLAX 5.1.8, this LG3D LiveCD 3.0 showcases Sun Microsystem's stunning 3D desktop Project Looking Glass 3D (LG3D). New in this release: includes the first stable LG3D release (1.0); improved stability and reliability; early prototype of hard disk installer; updated and simplified project homepage."
Read the release announcement (http://forums.java.net/jive/thread.jspa?threadID=21538target=_new) and release notes (http://sourceforge.net/project/shownotes.php?release_id=475673&group_id=144229target=_new) for further information.

Downloading the torrent now!

January 6th, 2007, 06:19 AM
downloaded and seeding now,...;)

January 6th, 2007, 08:00 AM
Whatever happened to that "Other Distros" thread I see referenced in the DeadCD thread, I thought that was a good idea but it was quickly forgotten it seems... :-k

All these threads "I'm downloading this or that distro" are really starting to clutter up the forum again. Most of them could probably do with just a link in a single thread, there's no need to copy the entire contents of the distro's respective webpages. Those who are interested will click the link, simple as that.

I actually like the blurbs and info. I don't consider it clutter, especially with so many distros. It is confusing.

RAV is doing a bang-up job and I hope he and others continue.

January 6th, 2007, 02:35 PM
Im going to download this tomorrow hopefully and give it a go. It looks good and its only 264MB to boot.

January 6th, 2007, 07:45 PM
here's the link for the post-game wrapup on looking glass desktop:
For what it's worth, I installed lg3d from synaptic on DreamLinux 2.2 Multimedia Edition.
It seems that on Debian systems, what's in the repos is the best way to go.